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Grateful Dead Live at Winterland Arena on 1975-06-17




Set 1

Crazy Fingers
Beat It On Down The Line
Deal
Big River
Peggy-O
Me And My Uncle
Help On The Way * ->
Slipknot! ->
Franklin's Tower

Set 2

Blues For Allah ->
Stronger Than Dirt Or Milkin' The Turkey ->
Drums ->
Stronger Than Dirt Or Milkin' The Turkey ->
Blues For Allah
Sugar Magnolia

Encore
U.S. Blues

* = No lyrics


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Winterland Arena
Location San Francisco, CA

Source MSR@ 7 1/2 ips>R@ 3 3/4 ips > CD
Lineage CD > WAV > FLAC
Transferred by Jamie Waddell and Kevin Tobin

Notes

Patched using shnid = 233
AUD CM>DAT>CD
EAC> SHN

Recorded by Rob Bertrando
Sony ECM-280 mics > Sony TC-152 SD cassette > playback on Nak Dragon > DAT;
audience from Winterland floor, about 30-35' back,
just to the left of dead center.

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- FLAC conversion 30-NOV-2008
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Audio Patches:

1) At the beginning of the show, 2 minutes and 42.282 seconds were missing the right channel of the SBD which was filled in using the left channel from the SBD making this portion of tuning\intro a mono recording.

2) 2 minutes and 3 seconds into Crazy Fingers, 20.163 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

3) 2 minutes and 51 seconds into Crazy Fingers, 47.758 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

4) 4 minutes and 57 seconds into Crazy Fingers, 3 minutes and 13.540 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

5) 8 minutes and 46 seconds into Crazy Fingers, 5.891 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

6) 9 minutes and 36 seconds into Crazy Fingers, 47.131 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source. This includes the last notes of Crazy Fingers into the tuning between songs.

7) 1 minutes and 41 seconds into Beat It On Down The Line, 2 minutes and 16.225 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source. This includes the last half of BIODTL into the tuning between songs.

8) Between Deal and Big River, 1 minute and 30.313 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

9) Between Big River and Peggy-O, 43.077 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source. This includes the start of Peggy-O.

10) Between Peggy-O and Me And My Uncle, 51.994 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source.

11) Between Me And My Uncle and Help On The Way, 35.025 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source. This includes the first notes of Help on the Way.

12) Between Sugar Magnolia and US Blues, 07.435 seconds were missing from the SBD source and was filled in with audio from the AUD source. This includes the first notes of US Blues.

13) Timing of this show used the soundboard as the master to which the audience was sync'd to - for the most part the audience ran slightly fast at about .5% which agrees with Rob Bertrando comments about this show. Thank you Rob for a wonderful audience recording.

Reviews

Reviewer: c-freedom - - February 7, 2015
Subject: I love what I love,,, and I want it that way...
This is a very creative show in that the Dead are playing some of the newer tunes from Blues For Allah.
Some sound issues during Crazy Fingers, also Donna not singing on this version.
BIODTL-Very good and like to hear Jerry and Donna on backing vocals.
This version of PEGGY O just does not stand up to the early versions of this tune. It losses something with the slower pace.
It is pretty cool to hear an instrumental HELP ON THE WAY.
There are some major blown lyrics throughout the show by both Bob and Jerry.
With that said the creativity of the jams is very nice. Also like the ensemble singing towards the end of Franklin's.
Length wise Not a very long show.
The Second Set is shorter than stuff from the 90's
Any Dead is better than no Dead.
And in 1975 Dead shows were scarce.
So WAVE THAT FLAG
WAVE IT WIDE AND HIGH...
Reviewer: Burnt Rich - - June 18, 2013
Subject: Holy Phil!
One of the all-time greats.....this mix is very, very, very Phil friendly if ya' like it that way.
Reviewer: Pangolin22 - - February 2, 2011
Subject: Dead in 75
The Dead were busy making magic in 1975. I love what they were doing but I have to say this show is the weakest link of the four performances this year.I appreciated the hard work that went into patching this performance but the sound is little rough at times (although at some points Phil is very high in the mix which is actually pretty cool). Compare the second set BFA suite against the performance on 3/23 and see what you think.
Reviewer: Cliff Hucker - - December 2, 2008
Subject: Sweet spot...
I cant get enough of these 1975 jazz suites. Its a shame that there is not more music from 1975!

And while this show has some spectacular moments, its clearly not up to par with the other three shows that circulate from 1975, both in sound quality and precision...
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